Windows Azure Storage, Part 2

Azure Table Storage In contrast to Blobs, Azure tables offer structured storage. These “tables”, however, are not to be confused with tables that might exist in the context of a relational database. In fact Azure tables are more like a typical “object database” where each table contains multiple objects, or “entities”. An entity in Azure […]
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Cloud Computing Course Pilot a Success

From 8th – 10th March 2010 we ran a pilot of the Cloud Computing Technologies: A Comprehensive Introduction course in Reston. With 16 attendees from a variety of backgrounds, the course provided a thorough hands-on coverage of cloud computing.  On day one, we examined the architecture of the cloud and considered the advantages and also barriers […]
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Application Architectures in Windows Azure, Part 2

So, why would there be a need for different architectural patterns in Windows Azure? One reason is for scalability. While it is still important to separate storage, presentation and business logic as in n-Tier architecture, we must adopt a slightly different approach if we want to achieve the scalability available to us on the cloud platform. […]
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